Travelling The World – Earning Money As You Go

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Although the job market has been very unstable over the last decade, there is one way of making money that is still fairly reliable. The internet has provided us with so many opportunities to make money, and best of all, most of them allow you to work remotely. This means that travelling the world being a digital nomad is an incredibly attractive prospect. The dream of travelling and earning money as you go can easily be turned into a reality if you know how. Here are six ways to earn money as you travel:



  1. Become An Online Poker Player

Online poker offers players unlimited opportunities to make money if they’re good enough. The game has become considered more of a sport over recent years and unlike most forms of gambling, it does require some skill. Online poker rooms are packed with poker professionals earning a decent living while playing during their free time. Although you are unlikely to get rich if you’ve never played before, some people can make more money playing poker than they would in any other job. If you’re not familiar with the game, it’s probably not a risk worth taking, but there are countless websites online packed with poker tips.



  1. Run A Blog

Running a blog can be done anywhere, as long as you have a laptop and an internet connection. Blogs can make money in various ways, mainly through advertising and affiliation with retailers. The key to running a successful blog is to create content regularly and keep it updated. In addition to this, driving traffic to the blog is key to your success. Familiarising yourself with what is involved when it comes to marketing a blog and generating traffic through SEO should give you some idea of what is involved. It may take time to get your blog recognised, but if you can make it work, it can be very rewarding.


  1. Forex Trading


You’ve probably heard about forex trading before, it can be a good way to make some extra money. Although it is not the safest way to make money and making anything at all from it isn’t guaranteed, there are digital nomads that dabble in it. Sites like CMC Markets provide a platform for anyone to bet on the forecast of the forex market.



  1. Become A Webcam Tutor

If you have access to a quiet location and an internet connection, you can become an online tutor. Many schools across Asia require remote tutors to teach English classes to their pupils. The pay can be fairly good and the job itself is fairly flexible. Some schools will not require you to have any formal qualifications, others will require a degree and a certificate to teach English as a second language (TEFL, TESOL). These certificates can be obtained fairly easily and at little expense. Teaching English via webcam can be a very rewarding experience alongside your travels.


  1. Translation

If you speak any other languages, then you would be a fool not to take advantage of this. Translators are needed for a number of different jobs online from translating documents and rewriting them, to joining in on conference calls between international businesses. Translation jobs can pay very well, depending on the nature of them. A quick search online should help you find something that would be suitable for you. Many translation jobs do not require you to be in a specific location and can be done remotely via email, Skype, or phone.


  1. Freelancing


Most digital nomads have an area of expertise that they rely on to get freelance work while travelling. Common freelance jobs for travellers can include graphic design, marketing, and web development. You may have never tried freelancing before, but depending on the job that you are currently in, you may be able to transfer some of your skills to make some money as a freelancer. There many freelance sites currently online that allow you to showcase your skills to clients. Freelancing can be a flexible way to earn money and work around your travel schedule.

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